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Oil talk must include more discussion of privilege

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A recent panel discussion at Petrocultures 2016 needed to admit the harsh truth: The shift to a ‘green economy’ will be uncomfortable.

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Capitalism, feminism, and sex work

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In a capitalist society, no one is concerned about how empowering someone’s job is — unless it’s sex work.

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Sex Work: From inside the fishbowl

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Stigma in sex work is pervasive and painful for women in all areas of the sex industry. This needs to stop.

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The ‘burkini’: What will you be wearing to the beach this season?

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When women are fined for what they wear, there is no freedom of choice.

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Why do we love hard times so much?

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The “we’ll come through this” mantra is not helpful for those expecting organization, protest, and change.

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How much do we really know about the Canadian intelligence community?

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The Trudeau government is set to review the activities of Canada’s spy agencies at a time when it appears Bill C-51 has empowered many of the more than 20 agencies and departments with surveilling powers to violate the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

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The revolution has come, and the left is terrified

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A massive change is underway in the west, and a fresh struggle for the soul of the middle class and the nations we call home is upon us.

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Brexit, Trumpism, and the challenge to globalism

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The focus on xenophobia as the source of Britain’s exit from the EU and the appeal of Donald Trump conveniently ignores the link many Brits and Americans see between our prevailing globalist ideology and extensive job losses and underemployment.

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Pride, visibility, and the blue uniform

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The controversy over police presence at the St. John’s Pride parade has revealed more about the politics of solidarity than some of us wanted to know.

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Waste not. Want not. Share it.

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As our personal budgets get tighter, a new model of sharing is emerging in Newfoundland and Labrador that can help save a few bucks while allowing us to get things done.

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Causing a fuss: Performing Trans visibility in N.L.

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“It is now that we must do the critical work to validate those who have come before us, to make sure that trans people in this province are no longer hidden from history.”

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The big ones get away

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Why aren’t we doing more to prevent rich people and corporations from hiding their money to avoid paying taxes while people in N.L. and elsewhere suffer in the name of ‘necessary’ austerity?

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PRIDE: Understanding, inclusion, and the need for greater collaboration

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Why the debate over off-duty police officers’ uniformed participation in Pride reveals deep divides in the LGBTQ community and the need for a more attentive and collaborative activism around Pride Week.

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Plan B: Borrow to build, borrow to survive

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The Government of Newfoundland and Labrador should immediately tap the international bond markets and borrow $3 billion.

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Filibusters aren’t the problem for women in politics

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Minister Gerry Byrne’s recent comment that the filibuster served as a deterrent for women entering politics told only part of the story.

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Escaping poverty through the library

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If you think they’re outdated and due for cutbacks, it’s a sign of your good fortune and privilege. Libraries remain vital for the poor.

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Peer loyalties in Budget 2016

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It might sound too simple or gauche, but is it possible the personal wealth of Dwight Ball and Cathy Bennett might actually lie at the very heart of the budget about to go before the N.L. legislature?

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MHAs, what do we tell our children after Budget 2016?

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Many are hoping Liberal MHAs, with a long weekend to ponder their role in shaping the province’s future, will return to work on Tuesday with their minds made up to put their constituents before their party and land on the right side of history.

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Time to close the wage gap

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Women in Newfoundland and Labrador are more likely to be university educated and substantially more employed than men in the province, yet face higher rates of poverty and lower rates of pay.

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